SHATTERED LIVES with Donna R. Gore, “LadyJustice”
Examining the effects of those who have survived violent crime and how it has impacted their lives.
Real people, real tragedy, real help.
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Crimes are solved every day. Some from competent investigations, some from confessions, but most of the really important clues often come from the public at large. Since 1972 there has been a way for citizens to anonymously report valuable information to authorities through WeTip Anonymous Crime Hotlines all across the nation.
There’s a difference between “anonymous” tipsters and “confidential” information; at WeTip citizens can be assured that no one will ever know who they are when calling in, not even the folks at WeTip.
The purpose of WeTip’s totally anonymous system is to allow those who would not normally involve themselves with law enforcement agencies to have a way to get information about crime to those investigators who need it most.
The guests for the hour are Sue and Sue! That’s right, two Sues who work with WeTip Anonymous Crime Hotline will explain to listeners the way tips are generated and passed on through their system and discuss some of the successes they’ve seen as a result of a WeTip informant.
Sue Mandell is the WeTip National Manager and specializes in creating programs specifically related to corporate security, schools, insurance and municipalities. She has done more than 2,000 training presentations for WeTip nationwide and she has worked as the liaison to major law enforcement agencies, risk mangers and corporate security across America.
Ms. Mandell has 25 years experience in training management trainees in safety procedures and risk management and she has served WeTip as the Director of ProgramDevelopment for the past six years.
Ms. Mandell specializes in creating programs specifically related to corporate
Susan Aguilar is the WeTip Chief Executive Officer, Vice President, WeTip Board of Directors and has been on staff with WeTip for over 35 years.
She has coordinated the management of hundreds of Crime hotline programs and services within the WeTip organization to positively impact crime in the United States.
She has coordinated the WeTip National Conference and has conducted more than 2,000 training seminars nationwide to train law enforcement officers, and corporate security on how to effectively implement the WeTip program.